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Google Clips Passes Through The FCC, Launch Imminent

01/18/2018, Back in October 2017, Google launched a camera called Clips, but the company did not mention when the device will be released. However it seems that its launch could be imminent, thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC (via Variety; via 9to5Google\) which...

Instagram Testing New ‘Type’ Feature For Stories

01/17/2018, Instagram’s Stories feature has come a long way since it was first introduced, and while the idea might have been cloned off Snapchat’s own Stories feature, it has definitely evolved into its own thing. Instagram has since introduced a bunch of new...

Hasselblad Unveils The H6D-400C, Captures 400MP Photos

01/17/2018, Sometimes camera manufacturers and smartphone makers love to advertise camera megapixels because while image quality can’t really be quantified, megapixels can, with the misleading notion that more megapixels are better. While it is true that megapixels...


Nikon 1 V3 Mirrorless Camera Has Been Discontinued

01/15/2018, Back in 2014, Nikon announced the Nikon 1 V3 mirrorless camera and now about four years later, it appears that the camera has since been discontinued. This is according to a listing on B&H in which they claim that the camera has been discontinued, but...

Fujifilm X-H1 Announcement Reportedly Scheduled For February 14

01/12/2018, If you have been hearing about the Fujifilm X-H1 and are thinking that it sounds like something you might be interested in, it seems that you won’t have to wait much longer before the camera is officially announced. A report from Fuji Rumors has...

Nikon’s Upcoming Mirrorless Rumored To Feature New Z-Mount

01/12/2018, Despite being juggernauts in the camera industry with big name professionals using their cameras, Canon and Nikon haven’t really had much success on the mirrorless front, at least not compared to the likes of Sony or Fujifilm. However we have heard that...

Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream

01/09/2018, Lenovo unveiled its new Mirage Camera at CES 2018, a VR camera that shoots with two lenses with each 180-degree field of view that is compatible with Google’s VR certification Daydream. Shooting VR video with a 180-degree viewing angle is a little...

DJI Ronin-S Stabilizer For DSLRs, Mirrorless Cameras Announced

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] If you’re looking for a handheld stabilizer for your camera, you’ll be interested to learn that DJI has recently announced the Ronin-S. This is a handheld stabilizer designed specifically for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, with a built-in...

Pixel 2’s Camera VS A $20,000 Hasselblad

01/02/2018, When it comes to medium format cameras, it’s really hard to beat Hasselblad’s offerings as the company is probably the brand that comes to mind when you think of medium format cameras. However the question maybe not many people are asking is, how does...

OnePlus 5T Update Brings About Camera Optimizations

12/28/2017, If you think that the OnePlus 5T’s camera could stand to use some improvements, then you will be pleased to learn that according to an announcement by OnePlus, they are rolling out an update for the OnePlus 5T that will introduce some camera...

Fujifilm X-H1’s EVF Blackout Is Reportedly Extremely Short

12/27/2017, If you’ve ever used a camera before, you know that when you press the shutter there will be a small “blackout” in the display/EVF. This is pretty standard for most cameras, especially so when you’re shooting continuous images. However the blackout...

Fujifilm X-Pro2 Lock Up Bug Will Be Fixed Soon

12/27/2017, We can imagine how frustrating it must be for photographers to walk around trying to capture photos in the moment, only to have their camera freeze and lock up on them. Unfortunately this seems to be an issue with the Fujifilm X-Pro2, but the good news is...